Energy Balance Report

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Energy Balance Report 1

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What is your name (Last, First)?

Questions 2-4 pertain to general DRI recommendations for fat intake (found in your text/notes).

What is the general recommendation for the percentage of total daily kilocalories that should be contributed by saturated fat?

What is the general recommendation for the percentage of total daily kilocalories that should be contributed by unsaturated fats (hint: see lecture slide on “Recommendations for Fat Intake” from Ch.5)?

What is the general recommendation for daily dietary cholesterol intake?

Questions 5-17 require information about your own fat intake (found on your NutritionCalc Plus reports).

What is your average actual intake of saturated fat as a percentage of your total kilocalorie intake? (Hint: Divide your3-day average for Calories from saturated fat by your 3-day average for total Calories.)

What is the major source of saturated fat in your diet?

How does your average daily saturated fat intake compare to the recommendations in Question 2?

What is your average actual intake of monounsaturated fat as a percentage of your total kilocalorie intake? (Hint: Divide your3-day average for Calories from monounsaturated fat by your 3-day average for total Calories.)

What is the major source of monounsaturated fat in your diet?

How does your average daily monounsaturated fat intake fall within the recommendation in Question 3?

What is your average actual intake of polyunsaturated fat a percentage of your total kilocalorie intake? (Hint: Divide your3-day average for Calories from polyunsaturated

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